Microarray experiments to specifically-expressed genes

Assay name A1-1 third repeat
GSE experiment GSE4113: Arabidopsis plants with altered levels of alternative oxidase

Click Gene ID to show a list of GSM assays in which the gene are specifically expressed.

Std2 GX %ile Std GX Gene ID Repr. ID Gene name Functional description O.I. C.G. H.G. Other DB
27.699.754.3At1g13650837926-F:molecular_function unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:cellular_component unknown;OMFBPVAO.I.C.G.H.G.
27.399.764.4At1g78070844142-F:molecular_function unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:CUL4 RING ubiquitin ligase complex;PFOO.I.C.G.H.G.
20.899.677.2At4g12980826910auxin-responsive protein, putativeF:unknown;P:multicellular organismal development;C:membrane;PMFOBO.I.C.G.H.G.
15.999.543.7At4g16780827384ATHB-2 (ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA HOMEOBOX PROTEIN 2)Encodes a homeodomain-leucine zipper protein that is rapidly and strongly induced by changes in the ratio of red to far-red light. It is also involved in cell expansion and cell proliferation and in the response to auxin.O.I.C.G.H.G.
15.199.459.8At3g01550821114PPT2 (PHOSPHOENOLPYRUVATE (PEP)/PHOSPHATE TRANSLOCATOR 2)F:antiporter activity, triose-phosphate transmembrane transporter activity;P:triose phosphate transport, transport;C:integral to membrane, chloroplast, membrane;PMFOBAO.I.C.G.H.G.
14.199.4150.0At1g58290842198HEMA1Encodes a protein with glutamyl-tRNA reductase (GluTR) activity, catalyzing the NADPH-dependent reduction of Glu-tRNA(Glu) to glutamate 1-semialdehyde (GSA) with the release of free tRNA(Glu). It is involved in the early steps of chlorophyll biosynthesis.O.I.C.G.H.G.
14.199.429.5At2g41870818787remorin family proteinF:DNA binding;P:biological_process unknown;C:cellular_component unknown;POMFBO.I.C.G.H.G.
14.199.425.5At5g44530834480subtilase family proteinF:identical protein binding, serine-type endopeptidase activity;P:proteolysis, negative regulation of catalytic activity;C:endomembrane system;BOPFAMO.I.C.G.H.G.
13.599.4233.8At1g66100842924thionin, putativePredicted to encode a PR (pathogenesis-related) protein. Belongs to the plant thionin (PR-13) family with the following members: At1g66100, At5g36910, At1g72260, At2g15010, At1g12663, At1g12660.O.I.C.G.H.G.
13.199.444.3At1g75100843847JAC1 (J-DOMAIN PROTEIN REQUIRED FOR CHLOROPLAST ACCUMULATION RESPONSE 1)Contains a J-domain at the C-terminus which is similar to the J-domain of auxilin, a clathrin-uncoating factor in cow, yeast and worm. Arabidopsis contains 6 other proteins similar to auxilin. Expressed in leaves and stems, but not in roots. Localized in the cytoplasm. Required for the chloroplast accumulation response, but not for the avoidance response. No molecular function known.O.I.C.G.H.G.
12.999.3115.7At1g55960842047-F:molecular_function unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:unknown;MPOO.I.C.G.H.G.
12.899.390.0At3g01060821278unknown proteinF:molecular_function unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:unknown;BOFPO.I.C.G.H.G.
12.799.3192.0At2g42690818869lipase, putativeF:triacylglycerol lipase activity;P:lipid metabolic process;C:chloroplast;PFOBMVO.I.C.G.H.G.
12.599.3122.4At5g64940836618ATATH13Encodes a member of ATH subfamily of ATP-binding cassette (ABC) proteins.O.I.C.G.H.G.
12.299.3120.5At4g33666829508unknown proteinF:molecular_function unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:chloroplast;PO.I.C.G.H.G.
12.099.340.3At3g19720821509ARC5 (ACCUMULATION AND REPLICATION OF CHLOROPLAST 5)Encodes a novel chloroplast division protein. Mutants of exhibit defects in chloroplast constriction, have enlarged, dumbbell-shaped chloroplasts. The ARC5 gene product shares similarity with the dynamin family of GTPases, which mediate endocytosis, mitochondrial division, and other organellar fission and fusion events in eukaryotes. Phylogenetic analysis showed that ARC5 is related to a group of dynamin-like proteins unique to plants. A GFPARC5 fusion protein localizes to a ring at the chloroplast division site. Chloroplast import and protease protection assays indicate that the ARC5 ring is positioned on the outer surface of the chloroplast. Facilitates separation of the two daughter chloroplasts.O.I.C.G.H.G.
11.399.384.5At3g02380821298COL2 (constans-like 2)homologous to the flowering-time gene CONSTANS (CO) encoding zinc-finger proteinsO.I.C.G.H.G.
10.799.235.1At5g62430836364CDF1 (CYCLING DOF FACTOR 1)Dof-type zinc finger domain-containing protein, similar to H-protein promoter binding factor-2a GI:3386546 from (Arabidopsis thaliana). Represses expression of Constans (CO), a circadian regulator of flowering time. Interacts with LKP2 and FKF1. Expression oscillates under constant light conditions. Mainly expressed in the vasculature of cotyledons, leaves and hypocotyls, but also in stomata. Localized to the nucleus and acts as a repressor of CONSTANS through binding to the Dof binding sites in the CO promoter. Protein gets degraded by FKF1 in the afternoon.O.I.C.G.H.G.
10.499.221.1At5g02180831862amino acid transporter family proteinF:amino acid transmembrane transporter activity;P:amino acid transport;C:chloroplast, membrane;MPFOBAVO.I.C.G.H.G.
10.399.244.4At2g43010818903PIF4 (phytochrome interacting factor 4)Isolated as a semidominant mutation defective in red -light responses. Encodes a nuclear localized bHLH protein that interacts with active PhyB protein. Negatively regulates phyB mediated red light responses. Involved in shade avoidance response. Protein abundance is negatively regulated by PhyB.O.I.C.G.H.G. (CYCLING DOF FACTOR 3)Dof-type zinc finger domain-containing protein, identical to H-protein promoter binding factor-2a GI:3386546 from (Arabidopsis thaliana). Interacts with LKP2 and FKF1, but its overexpression does not change flowering time under short or long day conditions.O.I.C.G.H.G. (evolutionarily conserved C-terminal region 6)F:molecular_function unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:cellular_component unknown;MPFOBO.I.C.G.H.G.
9.999.1126.8At1g32900840184starch synthase, putativeF:transferase activity, transferring glycosyl groups;P:biosynthetic process, glucan biosynthetic process;C:chloroplast;PBOAFMO.I.C.G.H.G.
9.999.1104.8At5g24150832480SQP1squalene monooxygenase gene homologO.I.C.G.H.G.
9.999.178.6At2g34620818027mitochondrial transcription termination factor-related / mTERF-relatedF:molecular_function unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:unknown;POMO.I.C.G.H.G.
9.999.136.1At3g44630823589disease resistance protein RPP1-WsB-like (TIR-NBS-LRR class), putativeF:transmembrane receptor activity, protein binding, nucleoside-triphosphatase activity, nucleotide binding, ATP binding;P:N-terminal protein myristoylation, defense response;C:intrinsic to membrane;PMBOFAVO.I.C.G.H.G.
9.799.1111.7At1g44446841029CH1 (CHLORINA 1)Encodes chlorophyllide a oxygenase which converts chlorophyllide a to chlorophyllide b by catalyzing two successive hydroxylations at the 7-methyl group of chlorophyllide a . Mutants are deficient in pigments that associate with thylakoid membrane proteins, lacking chlorophyll b and light-harvesting proteins of photosystem II. The protein was shown through cross-linking experiments to interact with Toc75, Toc34, Tic40, Tic20 and Tic22.O.I.C.G.H.G.
9.799.159.8At5g24120832477SIGE (SIGMA FACTOR E)Encodes a specialized sigma factor that functions in regulation of plastid genes and is responsible for the light-dependent transcription at the psbD LRP. Activation of SIG5 is dependent upon blue light and mediated by cryptochromes.O.I.C.G.H.G.
9.699.184.6At3g54500824615-F:molecular_function unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:cellular_component unknown;PMOFBO.I.C.G.H.G.
9.699.149.9At1g51700841595ADOF1Encodes dof zinc finger protein (adof1).O.I.C.G.H.G.
9.599.116.3At2g03710814898SEP4 (SEPALLATA 4)This gene belongs to the family of SEP genes. It is involved in the development of sepals, petals, stamens and carpels. Additionally, it plays a central role in the determination of flower meristem and organ identity.O.I.C.G.H.G.
9.499.124.9At4g02420828035lectin protein kinase, putativeF:kinase activity;P:protein amino acid phosphorylation;C:endomembrane system;MPOBFVAO.I.C.G.H.G.
9.399.1182.7At4g39800830139MIPS1 (MYO-INOSITOL-1-PHOSTPATE SYNTHASE 1)** Referred to as MIPS2 in Mitsuhashi et al 2008. myo-inositol-1-phosphate synthase isoform 1.Expressed in leaf, root and silique. Immunolocaliazation experiments with an antibody recognizing MIPS1, MIPS2, and MIPS3 showed endosperm localization.O.I.C.G.H.G.
9.299.1121.5At1g22850838890-F:unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:chloroplast;BOMPFAO.I.C.G.H.G. proteinF:unknown;P:unknown;C:unknown;PMOFO.I.C.G.H.G.
9.099.1141.8At5g35970833589DNA-binding protein, putativeF:DNA binding;P:biological_process unknown;C:chloroplast, chloroplast envelope;BMOFPAO.I.C.G.H.G.
8.999.027.7At1g76110843943high mobility group (HMG1/2) family protein / ARID/BRIGHT DNA-binding domain-containing proteinF:transcription factor activity;P:regulation of transcription;C:intracellular, nucleus;MOFPO.I.C.G.H.G.
8.799.0209.4At5g67030836838ABA1 (ABA DEFICIENT 1)Encodes a single copy zeaxanthin epoxidase gene that functions in first step of the biosynthesis of the abiotic stress hormone abscisic acid (ABA). Mutants in this gene are unable to express female sterility in response to beta-aminobutyric acid, as wild type plants do.O.I.C.G.H.G.
8.799.0102.0At1g64860842794SIGA (SIGMA FACTOR A)Subunit of chloroplast RNA polymerase, confers the ability to recognize promoter sequences on the core enzymeO.I.C.G.H.G.
8.799.063.4At1g07180837229NDA1 (ALTERNATIVE NAD(P)H DEHYDROGENASE 1)Internal NAD(P)H dehydrogenase in mitochondria. The predicted protein sequence has high homology with other designated NAD(P)H DHs from microorganisms; the capacity for matrix NAD(P)H oxidation via the rotenone-insensitive pathway is significantly reduced in the Atndi1 mutant plant line; the in vitro translation product of AtNDI1 is imported into isolated mitochondria and located on the inside of the inner membrane.O.I.C.G.H.G.
8.799.052.6At1g68600843190unknown proteinF:unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:cellular_component unknown;BPFOO.I.C.G.H.G.

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